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The Erotica Video: Uncensored


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I love all the stars in the video puppet oral lots of oral fixation. S/M MADONNA INTRODUCED ME TOO. GOLDEN SHOWERS THIS WAS BITCH IAM MADONNA EXTREME AND I LOVED IT!!!!!!!!!!

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Really? This version premiered on MTV? I always thought this version only aired in France.

I believe it was this one. Then they said they would only play it after midnight. Then it only aired three times.

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I thought the uncensored version was only shown in France too.

We know what prudes you yanks are! The sight of a nipple or speedo has you heading for the law courts!

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That ugly grey flop tit would turn a 5 dollar whore prude.

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this is the version that premiered on MTV.

Really? This version premiered on MTV? I always thought this version only aired in France.

I believe it was this one. Then they said they would only play it after midnight. Then it only aired three times.

Sadly, MTV US wouldn't show this version. The edit (with black bars over the hitchhiking scene) found on the Celebration DVD is the exact version shown by MTV preceded by a warning from Kurt Loder:

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Of course, for all of their sanitization efforts, her nipples sill made it in the video during the post-bridge flashing segment...

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The above "uncensored" cut was likely what would have been included on the canceled video single.

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y'all sure you want one?

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The Chinese honor their dead out of both respect and fear. And for good reason. An unsatisfied soul could become a ghost and make life unbearable. Whether or not the Chinese truly believe in ghosts, they occupy a large part of their imagination, and the hopping ghost (with its recent star appearances on the Hong Kong move scene) is the most popular.

Q: What is a hopping Ghost?
A: Scientifically speaking, it's an undecayed corpse whose main soul, the po, has not yet left for the other world. Now, a po on the loose in the mortal world is bad news. It turns into an evil spirit. And a po with a corpse to occupy is even worse. It becomes a hopping ghost.

Q: What makes a hopping ghost hop?
A: Many things, but mostly when a homesick corpse, not wanting to be buried in an unfamiliar village, hops home, po and all. In documented cases, the hopping corpse is often accompanied by an entourage of monks, Taoist priests, and mourners.

Yin shock makes ghosts hop, too. The yin, as opposed to the yang, is dark, mysterious, and usually out to make trouble. (Cats and the moon are characteristically yin.) Should a fresh corpse somehow come into direct contact with a yin sort of energy, then it reacts, often becoming charged with superhuman powers. And it hops.

Q: How do you know when you've chanced upon a hopping ghost?
A: It's not terribly difficult to tell. Despite the corpse's superhuman energy, rigor mortis does set in, and the joints get stiff enough that it is forced to hop stiffly. According to some reports they have resorted to flying. As for appearances, a hopping corpse usually wears Qing Dynasty burial clothes. As these went out of fashion a hundred or so years ago, the corpses stick out like a sore thumb. And they don't worry too much about personal hygiene either. One hopping ghost stunk so badly that one whiff killed a relative and knocked another out cold. Some hopping ghosts are uglier than others. Some have tounges that hang down to their chest or eyeballs that aren't too firmly attached to their sockets. But all hopping ghosts have unusually long fingernails that are their most lethal weapon (especially being on the end of stiff outstretched arms). Hopping ghosts keep best in coffins or caves. They're not much for sunbathing. In fact, the sun's first rays are enough to stop a hopping ghost dead in its tracks.

Q: What should I do if I run into a hopping ghost?
A: Don't breathe. Hopping ghosts detect humans by smelling their breath. The old clove-of-garlic-keeps-the-ghost-away trick will not work here. You could try pasting a yellow and red Chinese death blessing on its forehead. This will quiet many unsettled souls. In the event that you don't have the above handy, just whip out any eight-sided Taoist mirror, a straw broom, long-grained rice, or just a few drops of fresh chicken blood. In a few seconds the corpse will be hopping scared.

Q: Just how dangerous are hopping ghosts?
A: Well, lethal. Normally the hopping ghosts hops forward until it has gouged the victim's neck and choked him/her to death. This is not a pleasant way to go. In one other case, the hopping corpse preferred to plop down on sleeping people's heads thereby smothering an entire hotel full of guests.

Q: What can I do to get rid of pesky hopping ghosts?
A: There's only one way to do it, and that is to burn them, coffin and all.

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y'all sure you want one?

ghost.gif

The Chinese honor their dead out of both respect and fear. And for good reason. An unsatisfied soul could become a ghost and make life unbearable. Whether or not the Chinese truly believe in ghosts, they occupy a large part of their imagination, and the hopping ghost (with its recent star appearances on the Hong Kong move scene) is the most popular.

Q: What is a hopping Ghost?

A: Scientifically speaking, it's an undecayed corpse whose main soul, the po, has not yet left for the other world. Now, a po on the loose in the mortal world is bad news. It turns into an evil spirit. And a po with a corpse to occupy is even worse. It becomes a hopping ghost.

Q: What makes a hopping ghost hop?

A: Many things, but mostly when a homesick corpse, not wanting to be buried in an unfamiliar village, hops home, po and all. In documented cases, the hopping corpse is often accompanied by an entourage of monks, Taoist priests, and mourners.

Yin shock makes ghosts hop, too. The yin, as opposed to the yang, is dark, mysterious, and usually out to make trouble. (Cats and the moon are characteristically yin.) Should a fresh corpse somehow come into direct contact with a yin sort of energy, then it reacts, often becoming charged with superhuman powers. And it hops.

Q: How do you know when you've chanced upon a hopping ghost?

A: It's not terribly difficult to tell. Despite the corpse's superhuman energy, rigor mortis does set in, and the joints get stiff enough that it is forced to hop stiffly. According to some reports they have resorted to flying. As for appearances, a hopping corpse usually wears Qing Dynasty burial clothes. As these went out of fashion a hundred or so years ago, the corpses stick out like a sore thumb. And they don't worry too much about personal hygiene either. One hopping ghost stunk so badly that one whiff killed a relative and knocked another out cold. Some hopping ghosts are uglier than others. Some have tounges that hang down to their chest or eyeballs that aren't too firmly attached to their sockets. But all hopping ghosts have unusually long fingernails that are their most lethal weapon (especially being on the end of stiff outstretched arms). Hopping ghosts keep best in coffins or caves. They're not much for sunbathing. In fact, the sun's first rays are enough to stop a hopping ghost dead in its tracks.

Q: What should I do if I run into a hopping ghost?

A: Don't breathe. Hopping ghosts detect humans by smelling their breath. The old clove-of-garlic-keeps-the-ghost-away trick will not work here. You could try pasting a yellow and red Chinese death blessing on its forehead. This will quiet many unsettled souls. In the event that you don't have the above handy, just whip out any eight-sided Taoist mirror, a straw broom, long-grained rice, or just a few drops of fresh chicken blood. In a few seconds the corpse will be hopping scared.

Q: Just how dangerous are hopping ghosts?

A: Well, lethal. Normally the hopping ghosts hops forward until it has gouged the victim's neck and choked him/her to death. This is not a pleasant way to go. In one other case, the hopping corpse preferred to plop down on sleeping people's heads thereby smothering an entire hotel full of guests.

Q: What can I do to get rid of pesky hopping ghosts?

A: There's only one way to do it, and that is to burn them, coffin and all.

In that case I'd better not adopt one. :nervous:

Thanks for the information :thumbsup: , I had never seen one after that video!

didnt even know what they were called.

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The above "uncensored" cut was likely what would have been included on the canceled video single.

Was a video single really in the works though or was it just well founded speculation given that she'd "done it again" in terms of having gone too far with a video and also that the JML video single was so successful? I remember hearing bits about it at the time but I didn't think anything concrete was in the works. Any more info please if you have any? I suppose it was cancelled due to the backlash? Would have been too early though as the backlash proper as far as I remember only kicked in once BoE came out ...

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Yeah I'm pretty versed with my M trivia also and I never heard a thing about an Erotica video single. There's nothing mentioned in any of the interviews and articles from that time period or the more reliable biographies like Encyclopedia Madonnaica (and there were A LOT).

So did the censored video show after these three airings or not at all?

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this is the version that premiered on MTV.

This was not shown on MTV. It premiered October 2nd with a warning label and it was only played three times and never again. However the version they played is the censored version. I have the original VHS taping of the premiere however it has not been transferred digitally otherwise I would share it.

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Was a video single really in the works though or was it just well founded speculation given that she'd "done it again" in terms of having gone too far with a video and also that the JML video single was so successful? I remember hearing bits about it at the time but I didn't think anything concrete was in the works. Any more info please if you have any?

Yeah I'm pretty versed with my M trivia also and I never heard a thing about an Erotica video single. There's nothing mentioned in any of the interviews and articles from that time period or the more reliable biographies like Encyclopedia Madonnaica (and there were A LOT)

Pre-internet, it was listed in those Muze computerized music, book and video title catalogs at every mall and chain record store in America (and possibly abroad) with an October 27, 1992 release date, one week after the album/book. It was distinctly classified, in addition to the various audio formats, as a VHS tape with an approximate running time of 4 minutes. I tried to order that fucker at least 10 times before giving up. Drove me crazy. It stayed in their database but was finally updated to say "unavailable" around 1999. :D

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